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on the defensive, and raised fresh questions for hillary clinton as she gears up for 2016. >>> plus, harry reid in the hot seat as vulnerable senate democrats demand a vote on the k keystone pipeline. >>> and a big win for rick perry as toyota moves from california to texas. can he ride the record all the way to the white house? >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report" i'm paul gigot. fresh questions about the obama report to shake the narrative in the days following september 11, 2012, the u.s. mission in benghazi, libya, that killed four american diplomats. an e-mail showed a white house official played a role and susan race and her talk show appearances. ben rhodes writing in an e-mail two days before that the administration wanted her, quote, to underscore that these protests are rooted in an internet video, and not a broader failure of policy. joining the panel this week, "wall street journal" columnist and deputy editor dan henninger. matt kominski and columnist mary anastasia o'grady. matt, i thought all the e-mails were supposed to have been released long ago. how did this turn up
. former secretary state hillary clinton is getting another boost to her expected but not announced plans to run for president. senator tim kaine says he's ready for hillary, saying she's shown grace handling all problems in her years of public service. >>> the scene of yesterday's violent clashes. it was the deadliest day in months. at least 42 people were killed overnight as fire broke out amid protests in the southern port city of odessa. pro-russian separatists and government supporters clashed in the streets and threw firebombs and stones as riot police attempted to suppress the flare-up. today, russian foreign minister sergey lavrov said the u.s. should call on ukraine to halt its military operations but he did agree on b on the need to a to the agreement made in geneva. we touched base a short time ago with correspondent james match who's on the ground there. >> reporter: the authorities here in ukraine insist their offensive to regain control of the eastern part of their country is not over. despite a day of setbacks yesterday in which they lost men and at least two helicopters. t
clinton's very first dinner. he had a big hollywood following. they all wanted to come to the dinner. she said then of course when barak obama came to dinner, it became even bigger, during those two administrations, we are seeing a big influx of hollywood stars this whole week, really. >> and everything in between those two administrations. okay. thank you so much. we appreciate it. wing will forward it to. of course, we'll be covering it this evening. cnn gives you the best seat in the house for the coeur d'alene sp -- correspondence dinner. tune in. coming up in 30 minutes, we're counting down to the fastest two minutes in sports and a possible historic kentucky derby win. and at 3:00 from tornado to flooding, chad meyers looks back at this week's wild and dangerous weather. see you in 30 minutes. "your money" starts right now. >>> a decisive turn in the job market. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." like the movie, the u.s. economy was frozen in the first quarter. the polar vortex shrinking growth. but let it go. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ >> there is a spring thaw and jo
the pay $35,000 for the important it appears trip hillary clinton got more support for a presidential campaign that has not been officially announced. democratic senator of such a hill and joyce endorses she says the run. >> : speaking at a breakfast third democratic hurricane says that clinton say is a shows great for wanting to be president. none is not yet announced whether she will seek the nomination but she does believe democratic contenders can help the early polls. >> : >> : secretary of state john kerry says music star% to increase security and democracy for its people. he highlighted nigeria's of sedan somalia and spectral african republic ford sought stability and financial development. it is also calling for expansion on the area putting up teen- agers restored himself away. it is now returning home. but above the forecast only come back[doorbell rings] hey. hey. what's this? it's u-verse live tv. with at&t u-verse... you can watch live tv from your device. hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of the game. call now to get a
met the president. you met the secretary of state, then secretary of state hillary clinton. you looked them in the eye. >> that's exactly right. this memo, it came out on the 12th -- i'm sorry, on the 14th. this was about the same time that i met hillary clinton when the bodies came in to andrews air force base. and i think i mentioned this to you before. hillary clinton came up to me and i gave her a handshake and a hug. and when i shook her hand, she said to me, "we are going to have the filmmaker arrested." even at that time she was trying to place a spin on what happened. it wasn't a result of a video. they had two drones above the battle in benghazi feeding real-time video to the situation room in the white house. they could see as it was happening on september 11th and september 12th for seven or eight hours, they watched this battle happen. they didn't watch a video protest. they watched a battle with militants that were associated with al qaeda. >> yeah. now earlier this week we had testimony, brigadier general -- retired brigadier general lovell testified the military should h
with clinton, and then he got to the edge and said, i didn't inhale. [laughter] come on, brother. tavis: that has to be the greatest faux pas of his presidency. something funny, i didn't inhale. that was hilarious. i tried it, but i didn't inhale. >> in rectors spec, what did he have to lose? -- in retrospect. knee-jerka lawyer reaction. a trained logger. next but there are a lot of forces in our society who still couldthat legalizing it be wrong. >> they are called republicans. they are wrong. >> my dad was a cop, lapd, 30 years. the station in east l.a. is named after my uncle. this isn't bogus, this minor intoxicant, they are putting people in jail. >> it is a medicine, and always has been since the beginning of recorded history. the chinese have used it for medicine for various illness, including cancer. i used it today, and it works. i used it for the flu the other day. and i a huge dose of thc was incommunicado for a while, but i am here. tavis: i have often wondered whether or not back in the day -- and i want to talk about the hispanic comedians that have that you were the forer
committee can discover, this is whether or not it goes up to the president and secretary clinton. >> do you see this as designed to thwart a hillary clinton effort in 2016? >> michael, let me get to it in one second. i think in what christian has said, this is the guts of it. i've been an intelligence officer for 20 years, and the first thing you are taught is that first reports are often wrong. and i think in your interview, and in fact in the beth jones e-mail and the ben rhodes discussion of the talking points what you see is a white house trying to get to the bottom of what happened. it was not clear what happened initially. and again, i just don't understand why the committees, after nine hearings, close to 50 briefings from the administration on the issue, are not focusing on trying to fix the problems, for example, such as greater support for our diplomats abroad. quick diplomatic security forces where they're needed and making sure the department of defense and state can defend. >> so do you think it is politically motivated with an eye toward secretary clinton running in 2016? >> w
agrippa's clinton did not die for 43 minutes tuesday after being injected with a new combination of drugs. execution was disrupted. he began convulsing try to lift his head he says something is wrong. oklahoma authorities cut scribbling to review the problem. one reason the drugs were not taking effect the convicts veins had collapsed. the problem that and notice. the president is getting involved calling for our review of the death penalty nationwide. >> : a discuss with others to get an analysis of what steps have been taken not just in this particular instance but more broadly in this area. i think we do have to as a society as ourselves some difficult profound questions. u.s. world only a handful of countries that still carries out the death penalty penalty and criminals. the constitution and its cruel and unusual punishment for years the preferred method has been that weasel injection. to avert a form of cocktail of drugs. there's been a series of high-profile botched executions as a result of other problem short of what each of reliable drug trade >> : raising questions your word as
into the fall terms. and just maybe in the big election that comes right after them. >> what did hillary clinton direct? what did she want? what was her communication with the president? >> implicated in what did she know, when did she know it. on her watch. >> joining me now is new york magazine's jonathan shade and political editor at the huffington post sam stein. i think at this point they need to say benghazi, hillary clinton, benghazi, hillary clinton, for maybe the next two years. >> can they keep it going? i didn't think they could keep it going this long. >> they did. what strikes me -- you wrote today, john boehner, let's talk about the select committee. this seems to be like the most exciting thing that happened in conservative circles possibly in years, that boehner decided to let his freak flag fly and authorize this select committee on benghazi, no less that michele bachmann expressed her joy over this. because apparently the nearly 50 hearings have not uncovered yet the truth. >> it's like one notch more respectable than birtherism. it's like the michele bachmanns of the world who
can debate whether it costs jobs or not. i remember when we raised the minimum wage under bill clinton we had the best following years of job creation we've had in the last 60 years. you can't debate the fact that when you raise the minimum wage it has the effect of raising other salaries up and up as well so i think there's a lot of stuff in the democratic arsenal and particularly the point larry makes is a good one what. do the republicans have to say about the economy? cutting taxes and lowering regulation? we tried that in the bush years, and it was a total failure. >> no, no. hang on a second. front page of the "new york times." bill clinton in his second term or actually after he got shell lacked in '94, and he's proud of this, and i'm going to back clint on on this. he was a great economic president. you know why? he was a supply-sider in his second term. he lowered the capital gains tax and participated in a deal with gingrich on welfare reform, on free trade. he did all the right things. those guys cut spending. that's the kind of agenda we need right now. here's one for you.
is about a run-in with the secret service and president clinton. what happened there? >> well, it was jackie robinson day, the first ever that they had, and they were going to retire jackie robinson's number, 42, throughout all of baseball, and president clinton decided the night before that he kind of wanted to be a part of the ceremonies. overnight shea stadium transformed into something that more resembled la guardia airport that there were metal detectors placed all over the place, and mr. met, myself at the time, couldn't get his big noggin through a lot of the metal detectors which caused a backlog in the line. you know, there was a little bit of metal in my head. the wands would go off when nypd was frisking me. they threw me up against the wall and put the cuffs on me. secret service was having none of that. they kind of -- they kind of, like, took me aside and said, mr. met, we're not going to bother you anymore. do what it is you normally do, but just so you know, there's snipers all around the ring of the stadium. approach the president, we go for the kill shot. >>
storyteller. >> who would you like to see run for president? >> good question. i think hillary clinton is going to run. she will be an interesting candidate. i think there are some republican governors that have country for jobs in their states. scott walker, chris christie, jeb bush did a great job in florida. i think the republican governors have shown you can take care of your citizens, be compassionate for your citizens, be fair to your citizens, and run the state wisely so the future is not jeopardized or impaired. i think that is the lesson we are going to try and convey hopefully whether you are democrat or republican. the great french political 1909sopher said around that the american system of democracy will prosper until the moment the politicians discover they can bribe the electorate with their own money. we are now writing the people with borrowed money. it is a path to destruction. it will not help working people. it will not make for a better future for the people today. it will destroy them. >> i'm going to tell you something. i was impressed with steve went. he got in
carney and others. hillary clinton testified the intelligence community had been the principle decider on everything the administration put out there. now you have mike morell saying we didn't emphasized the video stormy, you emphasized the video story. martha: she went on the sunday programs. lots more to talk about on this throughout the morning. steve hayes, thank you so much. bill: a federal judge striking down wisconsin's voter i.d. law. stating that showing a voter i.d. is discrimination and unconstitutional. the attorney general plans to appeal that decision. you will appeal based on what grounds? >> he clearly made a ruling that's contradictory to the law. the u.s. supreme court held that voter i.d. in some forms can be constitutional. it is in 20 states. this judge has said it can't be constitutional period because it makes it harder for latinos and african-americans to get a photo i am d. and therefore to vote. that's not what the law is. >> reporter: the u.s. district judge lynn adelman is the gentleman you are refer to. what does it take to get a photo i.d.? >> it's relativ
. but the one thing that strikes me is both president obama and hillary clinton met the families of the four at the air force base and still at that point, which was after susan rice if i'm not mistaken brought up the issue about the video, this gets back to greg gut feld's age-old question, there is yet to be a single bit of information that where the video came from and who put it into the process. >> we haven't gotten more on that. one of the questions i asked today was, why if i went back and checked the record on 9/12, the day after the terror attack, jay carney himself was asked about -- i want to be clear, the specific question i'm losing. who was behind this or who inspired this. he said something to the effect of, look, it's being investigated. we're working with the libyan government. i'm not quoting him, but he said, we don't fully know. that's on 9/12. one of my questions is, why on 9/14 was ben rhodes saying we know it was this video, we think it's the video and this is what you say on the talk shows. that was just two days later. then a couple of days later matt olsen, the head
clinton is at 48%, rand paul 23, bloomberg 18 and jeb bush at 21. what is going on here? how much is based on these individuals? and how much is the fact that we're so sick and tired of nothing getting done in d.c. that we just blame everyone for it? >> i think clearly the american people have lost faith in d.c. as a city or a place where problems will get solved. they've lost faith for good reason. the polls may be more of just a lot of american voters just don't know those people. rand paul or jeb bush. a lot of americans haven't yet been introduced. if you were polling how many people have favorable views of barack obama back in 2006 he would also have low numbers. just because people didn't know who he was. the premise that the american people are sick and tired the of washington and the people who occupy washington has been true for four elections. obama has been successful in two presidential elections. definitely in 2008, less so in 2012. you can have some faith in that. but once he gets to washington he's largely been a disappointment especially for the independent voters in the mi
counselor, or a left wing politician, a politician famous, maybe hillary clinton of canada. if that makes sense. the big rival to ford. a conservative named john torrie. the three of them are duking it out. right now, rob ford is running second. will this impact him and push behind the conservative candidate. i will do rob ford's policies without distractions. the real question. people might vote for ford strategically to avoid a left winger getting in. >> interesting little sketch you gave us. if she is the hillary clinton of canada. i don't know who've the rob ford all of ka is. >> don't think we have one. >> an open question right now. >> robin doo little. thank you for the update on a pretty wild day on your reporting there. >> thank you, a lot, ari. >> absolutely. coming up. what happened to more than 200 girls kidnapped from a school dormitory. so she could take her dream to the next level. so we talked about her options. her valuable assets were staying. and selling her car wouldn't fly. we helped sydney manage her debt and prioritize her goals, so she could really turn up the volu
the tea party. are dissatisfied with president obama and are basically cool with hillary clinton because she's not actually running anything right now. as if to boil our confusion down to a single data point. when asked which party they prefer to be in control of congress, the people spoke and basically said, who knows. it's 45-45. for those 10% who aren't sure, i'm wondering what they do all day? the reality is, what people say they want and the political choices they actually make are often totally contradictory. the majority of respondents in the poll say the economic and political systems are stacked against, quote, people like me. they believe that because of the growing income gap, america is no longer a country where the regular joe can get ahead. sounds like they'd like to have democrats in charge. they're proposing raising the minimum wage and preserving the social safety net. americans also want to be less active in world affairs while at the same time having a president who projects a global image of strength. that kind of sounds like rand paul. most disapprove of president ob
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for president than simply a clinton or a bush. corey, do you think americans are over political dynasties? >> when they stop voting for the members of those political dynasties, yeah. then they'll really be over it. i think americans always want expanded choice. but the truth of the matter is, this is a -- america runs on a two-party system. and we've seen time and again that candidates who aren't anointed by those two parties don't get very far. especially in a general election. >> it's certainly something i personally as a voter lament. that there's not more space outside of that rigid two-party system. howard, within that two-party system and within those dynasties, the numbers we're looking at right now to this latest poll are 48% viewing clinton positively. 32% viewing her negatively. on the other hand, 21% viewing jeb bush positively and even more, 32% viewing him negatively. what do you think of this question of whether 2016 is going to be a dynastic drag race if you will? >> i think it's way too early to say that. i think somebody is going to run against hillary. maybe several peo
and certain clinton. hillary clinton, the former secretary of state, beating jeb bush, the former governor of florida, by a lot in this poll. somewhere around 53% i think overall. we're joined now by our chief political correspondent candy crowley live from washington. this is candy's first appearance on this hour too. we're very lucky to have you here. >> awfully nice to be with you guys. >> clinton versus bush. i feel like i've heard this before. >> it's a rerun. >> yes, it's a terrible echo in here. absolutely. and i think -- we can all say, look, polls are snapshots sometimes. if an election were held today between these two people, perhaps this is how it would turn out. but it's not going to happen today. and it's probably not going to be those two people unless we're really prescient. i think what i gather from this is that the bush name continues to be a drag nationally. i think things look very good for republicans in these midterm elections, in the senate races and the house races. nationally, the republicans have a problem. and it remains. and it's not the bush name in general, i
bushs." with hillary clinton and jeb bush mentioned as possible frontrunners in 2016, do you agree? 69% of people said yes, and more than the same two or three families should run. >>> a dramatic rescue in england tuesday from the top of a historic cathedral. a 68-year-old woman fell more than 20 feet from a roof of the wells cathedral and landed between two turrets. she suffered hip, arm, and leg injuries and was stuck there for three hours. a rescue helicopter was called in to pull her to safety. tours have been cancelled at the cathedral until the investigation is complete. >>> opportunities to catch a foul ball at a major league baseball game are few and far between. some baseball fans may never get that chance. but when you do, it should never come at the expense of your date. so watch this guy at a diamondbacks-rockies game in phoenix. goes for the one-handed catch. but he manages to dump at least half of his beer on the woman to his right. needless to say, she was not even one bit amused there. >> don't even say anything about the loss of the beer. >> oh, the humanity. >> natali
it was abused? >> well, going way back to my days as a cartel prosecutor in the clinton administration, records, data on phones, and in those days, it was not so much cell phones, but their work some cell phones, it was crucial in the investigations that brought down the cartels, and in the cases before the supreme boards, the data was crucial, as well. in one case, there were gang videos. it was a gang retribution murder case, and in another case, there was data that identify the home of the person who was arrested, that then led the police to go there and search the home and find lots of guns and drugs and other things, and in both of these cases, the data was crucial, but the question was, was it time sensitive? did they needed at that moment, or could they have gone to a judge and secured a warrant? they'd in both cases had probable cause. i tell my friends to be conservative on these things. if you can get a warrant, get a warrant and, because you do not want to put the fate of all police actions on the court, and they could make bad law. >> ok, we are watching matt. brian cunningham, seni
, may have been the difference in the obama campaign meeting hillary clinton. >> i think when she met barack obama and met him because she didn't d an interview with barack obama, she walked out of that interview saying wow, so when he announced that he was going to run for president of the united states, she wanted to do anything she could to help him. she had never done that with anybody before. i think that that made a difference. but i also think barack obama inspired things in people that people hadn't seen in years. >> >> reporter: with the tv show coming to an end and "o" magazine going strong, winfrey set off on a new challenge, creating own, the oprah winfrey network. it got off to a rocky start. >> went through a period thinking, boy, i was number one for 25 years, and now that doesn't matter. there was all of this, you know, we call them haters who were almost celebrating that it was so difficult for her. that was jarring, but that didn't deter it. it just made her think i've got to work harder and she went in and took a close look at well, this doesn't work. she has a frie
. this is an opportunity that the nba hilary clintons and it took full advantage of it, think it's a wonderful day for sports in america. >> let's talk about adam silver. this is really a huge day for him. the first real test on the job he has been in, as you said, about three months now, and making the point that we've got to fundamentally change the way that we think and the way that we act. i thought he handled it very well. he was to the point and compassionate. i know you know him very well personally. is it your sense that commissioners in the past would have made the same decision as him, or what does it tell you about him? >> his predecessor david stern, who he worked for for quite some time, there was criticism towards him that sometimes he might have put a halo over donald sterling because let's not forget, we know and we heard about donald sterling has been in the news before for racial discrimination, about elgin baylor who was his general manager, about not allowing blacks and hispanics and jews to rent out because he is a real estate mogul in l.a. i'm not sure how to answer that ques
," by the way. the europeans are weak knees when it is tough. the u.s. had to do something, bill clinton had to do something. when push comes to shove, they will not do anything, so we have to do it. why do we have to bear the pain because of it. >> it has gotten cool in russia to find your name on the list. it is meaning you are wealthy and you are in. this is nothing. i agree. but what can you really do? >> a lot of money is leaving that area. neil: so you are hoping this continues. >> there market was up today after the announcement. >> there is no room for squishy feelings. quite frankly -- neil: making maggie thatcher look good. can you imagine her as president of the united states. double parked, you are executed. i am thinking ebenezer scrooge, but that is just me. toyota telling the workers i hope you like texas, i hope you like heat, i hope you like big bugs, but obviously latest company announcing moving the operations headquarters to texas. here we go. >> we compete for big hair. you have tons of taxes, tons of regulations. why wouldn't you move? you're putting everybody closer to
, or democrat hillary clinton. the financial executives consider clinton a familiar face given her time as a new york senator and has relatively not raid views on taxation and vg regulation. a top lawyer told pollitt coe if it turns out to be jed versus hilary, we'd love that: . >> a nightmare for wall street, that's what supporters of paul cruz and warren say they love about their candidates. >>> the new york publishing world are joiging act -- joining activists comparing elizabeth warren and hillary clinton. warren's title is aspirational. hinting at a world where power is shared equally. hillary clinton has a book called "hard choices", convoying a world in which the ideal and conservative clash and progress slow. prague matrix versus idea yolism welcome to the battle for the 2016 democratic presidential nomination. >> in the 2014 midterm election. there are a lot of ads featuring candidates shooting or carrying guns. john stone is running a campaign add that goes a step further. watch. >> my forefather used a canon like this to fight the british in savannah and win us a constitution. as the
governor jed bush, chris christie, or democrat hillary clinton. the financial executives consider hillary clinton a familiar face, and has relatively moderate views on taxation and financial regulation. a top wall street lawyer told "poll it quo. ". : >> a might mare for wall street. supporters say that is why they like the candidates so much. meantime the new york publishing world is joining democratic activists in comparing hillary clinton and elizabeth warren. senator warren promised "a fighting chance", hinting at the world as it might be. clinton's book has the title "hard choices." her title conveys a world in which the ideal clashes and progress can be fright nippingly slow -- frighteningly slow. prague matrix versus ideaism. >> in the 2013 primaries, there's a lot of ads featuring candidates carrying or shootings. john stone is running a campaign ad that goes a step further. watch. gungun. >> my forefather used a canon like this to fight the british and the savannah and win the constitution. i'm willing to do the same as the only licensed dealer. >> in case the british are coming
president clinton. he also represented the late marge schott when baseball forced her out as the owner of the cincinnati reds years ago after she was accused of racism. it will be very interesting to hear how mr. bennett feels this will all come to an end a little bit later. >> that's right. >> let's show you the markets, shall we. >> as we mentioned, the dow is up, bill, 23 points. this is index that still hasn't reclined its high, december 31st the end of last year is when he had the close high. had an intraday high. >> like a team that can't hold the lead. up 100 points on the open, and we see where it is right now. nasdaq, that's the big loser today. momentum stocks to blame. >> once again, the story there hasn't changed, it seems, in the last couple of weeks and the s&p 500 index, off two points to 1861, and we're looking at a more defensive tone to this market as we enter the final hour. >> a lot to talk about with our closing bell exchange. peter, give us some of the hits, runs and the errors here today. >> yes. >> once again the dow is higher on the open and then it fades into
, and ended two marriages, and was hitting president clinton at the time for his own infidelities. why is it, though, because there are so many stories like this, that we continue to get great advice from people that can't seem to take their own advice? >> i think it's just way too easy to become an inspirational icon in america, and newt gingrich is a prime example of that. he kind of put himself out as this moral leader, and he said he was, and everyone believed him. then he just fueled on itself, and there's just example after example from our culture of these people that were not good people. >> so, zach, let's talk about lance armstrong. i was until recently a huge fan. i read his -- >> my condolences. >> i read it's not about the bike. really i got a lot personally out of it. found it really inspirational, really moeshational. you have a quote from him in the book. he says winning is about heart. it's got to be in the right place. which just feels so weird and wrong hearing it come from lance armstrong, but, you know, he did have this sort of dogged determination that people really fou
of the more people it will get for him and russia's economy. >> how might president clinton then retaliate -- putin then retaliate? >> that is the wild card because russia can italian in serious ways. we know about the dependence of europeans on russian gas and energy. precious metals and cyber warfare that they could do. expected to match the u.s. moves and an equal level, and they could keep it coming up a for a couple of more years. thank you for joining us on the latest between the russia and the ukraine and the u.s. tom bill sachs book to my colleague about the long-overdue need for immigration reform. >> the reality is we are not doing as much as we could in -- because we simply do not have the hands to do so. it will help to reduce the deficit, it will ensure social security, it is long overdue. >> our agriculture correspondent joins me now from washington. good secretary vilsack seem at all optimistic about the chances for legislation? --he was deathly definitely upbeat about the chances this year. necessity, a a coalition coalescing around this bill, and some of the forces that ha
.s. policy in the region. he served under secretary of state clinton as deputy assistant secretary of state, where she was central to organizing the u.s. government's response to the arab spring's. of -- the author of "how israelis and crossinians negotiate, a troll analysis of the peace process." director of -- at the washington institute. an expert on arab and islamic apologists as well as u.s. middle east policy, he has written and spoken widely on the arab israeli peace process, and the need to revamp u.s. public diplomacy in the middle east. he is the author and editor of therous books, including battle of ideas on the war on terror. abrams, senior federal for middle eastern studies -- senior fellow for middle eastern studies. he held several important positions, including deputy assistant to the president and deputy national security adviser where he supervised u.s. policy in the middle east. also an assistant secretary of state in the reagan administration and was the author of four books, including undue process, security and the bush, and administration and the israeli-palestinian
. >> i do, too. hillary clinton, oprah winfrey, beyonce, j.k. rowling, they have all first-born in their families. first-born girls are more likely to succeed than first-born boys. by the way, i'm a first-born girl. for the record. the study, they found first-born women are 13% more ambitious than first-born boys and one possible reason, parents simply devote more time and energy to their daughters. and adam and i were talking, i said you think so? i remember my whole childhood, my mother stressing to me, you know, be independent. be your own woman. she always had a phrase, you can do bad by yourself. meaning why go and marry someone who's going to pull you down when you can pull yourself up. you don't need someone to determine your future. i think a lot of moms do that with their daughters. >> and dads. >> absolutely, and dads. >> i believe that's true. i would just say one thing. how do you define success? i mean, the study talks about hillary clinton and beyonce. but i think if you're a schoolteacher, a cop, or a small businessman, i think you've succeeded. >> i measure
from "the new york times." i want to play a bit of sound of bill clinton in detroit over the weekend talking to michigan democrats about the constraints and difficulties of being a former president. take a listen. >> one of the sad things at the end of the course, since you don't have any power, nobody cares what you say. except if your wife might run for something, then you got to avoid messing up too bad. >> if your wife might run for something -- chris and kate, back to you. >> that is not your best clinton impression. >> no. not at all. >> you have a better one. >> if your wife -- >> there you go. there you go. thanks, guys. >>> up ccoming up next on "new " tornadoes slam america's heartland. we've been talking about it all morning and it comes with deadly consequences. coming up, we're going to a local hospital for an update on the injured. >>> and we show there's so many questions for the search for flight 370. we actually have some answers. one of the experts is going to explain what is going to be in that upcoming report we've been talking about. stay with us. if you have mod
worked for hillary clinton a long time. she was a very publicly confident person, a very competent person and yet the stereotype, which a the lot of women face, was, that she was a "b" -- you know what i'm going to say but i won't say it -- that you're being out of your place, are you too demanding. it is interesting to see how times have changed a little bit when someone like an elizabeth warren can be confident and confidence and not face the same kinds of attacks that i saw hillary face. >> to be fair, elizabeth warren is in the senate partly because she couldn't get the job she wanted in the obama administration. some of the men there weren't too supportive of her. that's fair to say. this book is important but the problem women face is us, men, are not -- i mean if your company has a board where only 1 of 10 people are women, that's wrong. if your board doesn't have any minorities are wrong. focus again on women's behavior and having them have more confidence is a useful conversation. the bigger question is why are men not behaving differently in terms of these things. from a policy
, and hillary clinton took a lot of grief for her phrase it takes a village. but that's how it's regarded. and that seemed to be one of the areas in which we could learn something from traditional societies. maybe you can elaborate on that. >> it's an area where i as the parent of two sons who are now in their 20s, i and my wife certainly did learn from what went on in new guinea. hillary clinton's statement about it takes a village to rear a child, i cannot understand how anybody would question that. i've talked with the children of american missionaryies who the children have grown up in new guinea in a new begin village or they've grown up in kenya in a kenyan village, and then these american children come back to the united states for the first time as teenagers. and it is a shock for them. one of the things that they comment is that -- i talk with a teenager who came back, american teenager, and he said in my new guinea village everybody was, in fact, my aunt or uncle. and we kids would run around the village. there were no doors on the hartes, and we would have -- hearths and we wou
for president bill clinton. the national media strategist worked for years with joe bide and others. political media consultant who worked on campaigns. somebody putting messages out into the media sphere. my reaction when i see the laws is that's a great idea. great if there is accountability. then i stop and think about it. it falls back to two things. how do you tell the difference between the truth and a lie in a campaign? campaigns by nature exaggerate. positive things are exaggerated. negative things about the opponent are exaggerateded. when you see the laws do you like them? >> there ought to be accountability, a way of saying you can't just blatantly lie. especially now in a citizens united world where so much money is put in by undisclosed, unregulated donors. there is no vehicle for stopping them. >> the vehicle, the two i see if you don't have a law like this would be the outrage of the free press. if something totally crosses the line goes up there will be so much noise potentially generated by the free press that it counters it. you have to make a defamation lawsuit instead of ha
for the white house. there's take of them being running mates for hillary clinton. that's first up for weekend politics joining me is republican strategist gordon. aid to the jonathan cainer campaign, and doug who is a democratic strategist. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> let's jump into it. california senator diane wine stin doesn't think it's a good idea to an a two-woman ticket. is she wise or short sited. we had tickets with two men, two southerners, like 1992. what do you think? >> it's possible to have two women, it's a question of where they are coming from. elizabeth warren is far to the left. hillary clinton is the presidential nominee. she bikes elizabeth warren and cuts off a slew of folks, backing the candidate. it's a question of the ideology than a question of whether it's a man or a woman. what do you think. >> i couldn't disagree more. i can't think of two stronger people on one democratic ticket. mrs. clinton is widely recognised all over the world. she's dynamic. people yearn for the clinton economy, and senator warren appeals to those voters voting for preside
on this sunday morning. hillary clinton sr. is coming under scrutiny. here's what happened when a department spokesperson was asked to list one achievement from a initiative launched under clinton's watch. >> can you off the top of your head identify one tangible achievement that was resulted from the last qvr? >> i'm certain that those were here on the effort could point out one. >> but since you have come on board, you have noticed that, have you noticed that you can point back saying, wow, the first qvdr identified this as a problem and dealt with it? >> as you know, i've only been here as concluded. i'm sure there are ranges put into place that i'm not aware of. >> i won't hold my breath. >> so will moments like this come back to haunt hillary clinton? if she does decide to run in 2016? joining us is allison howard, communications director for concerned women for america, which is a public policy women's organization. and chris cofinni, the former chief of staff to west virginia senator joe manchin. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> all right, joe, i'll start with you, whe
advocates, suffrage ads and newspaper publishers. and if you think barack obama and hillary clinton are political pioneers consider this victoria woodhall was the first woman to be nominated for president in 1872. her running mate, frederick douglass. m.g. lord as a journalist cultural critic and highly-regarded teacher in this professional writing program. for many years she was a syndicated political cartoonist and columnist based at newsday and is a regular contributor to "the new york times" book review its arts and leisure section and numerous other national outlets. she is the author of astroturf, the private life of rocket science a family memoir about cold war aerospace culture. she became a true literary celebrity after she wrote the groundbreaking forever unauthorized biography of a real doll. which examined how a fantastically sexual doll that was inspired by a jokey knickknack came to hold meaning for so many american girls pray she argues that barbie was invented by women to teach girls for better or worse what was expected of them and now she has turned her critics day
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